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I've been trying to publish my package to the NPM Registry. I get an error that I am not allowed to push my package to the registry.

403 Forbidden - PUT - You do not have permission to publish "qdb". Are you logged in as the correct user?

I wonder why. If anyone has an answer, then I will be grateful.

Thanks in advance.

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Edit - After a bit of research, I saw that the package name "qdb" (short for "QDatabase") is already in use. I will change it to the full name and see shortly.

Edit two - And that was indeed the problem. Thank you all anyways!

It looks like a package with that name was already published by someone else, so you'd need to use a different name in your package.json file and then npm publish again.

Else, you can look if you're trying to publish the same version that's already published.

npm publish 403 error for unpublished version, "cannot publish over , I get a 403 error back from npm saying You cannot publish over the 26 verbose publish registryBase 27 silly publish� npm ERR! 403 403 Forbidden - GET npm ERR! 403 In most cases, you or one of your dependencies are requesting npm ERR! 403 a package version that is forbidden by your security policy.

Check if you are publishing the same version. I needed to update the version of the package and npm publish again. From the Forbidden error that I was getting it was not obvious.

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change name like that(also the version) sample

  "name": "npm-helloworld-testwwwyy-xx",
  "version": "1.0.3"

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Docs feedback: NPM registry documentation is not clear / wrong , I am trying to implement gitlab npm registry publish with a 2FA account. 403 a package version that is forbidden by your security policy. npm verb exit [ 1, true ]� For less sensitive information, such as testing data, use a .npmignore or .gitignore file to prevent publishing to the registry. For more information, see this article. Testing your package. To reduce the chances of publishing bugs, we recommend testing your package before publishing it to the npm registry.

npm ERR! publish Failed PUT 403, Use command npm publish When a package is released, the following error is reported: Logged in as username on 4. See npm-developers for full details on what’s included in the published package, as well as details on how the package is built. By default npm will publish to the public registry. This can be overridden by specifying a different default registry or using a npm-scope in the name (see package.json). <folder>: A folder containing a package.json

  • i tried with another name, but still getting same error. could you please give another solution if possible?
  • this saved me alot of time
  • @Pavan, maybe you have published the same version that's already published?
  • @Pavan I am also getting same issue. Did you get the solution?